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Last updated on 7 October 2019
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Brush up on what an effective knowledge organiser looks like and how to write one. Download examples you can adapt, and get tips on what not to do with yours.

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Contents

  1. What are they?
  2. Who uses them?
  3. What makes a good one?
  4. How to write them
  5. Examples you can adapt
  6. 10 ways to use knowledge organisers in the classroom
  7. Avoid common mistakes

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